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abc7 sports is brought to you by riverwalk casino. >> this was the day after for the warriors, the day after the dream season ended in despair with lebron and the cavs capturing the title that seemed to be golden state's destiny. he finally admitted he was not 100%, but he would not say what was wrong with the knee, the ankle and the shoulder. only 17 points on 19 shots in game seven. he took ill advised shots and couldn't shake the statue-like kevin love would settle for a three and a good shot would have extended the game. he has no surming replanned for the off season.
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just rest. >> i thought i could do what i needed to do to be effective in games when it comes to how i was moving on the floor. i wasn't 100% no, but it doesn't matter. coming back from a knee injury i was able to play and gave it what i had. >> changes are coming starting with the coaching staff. game seven was luke walton' -- luke walton''s last game. walton was 39 and four as the initter rim head -- as the interim head coach including a 24-0 start. while all of the focus was with the warriors they put together a swinging streak with madison bumgarner. the catch of the night comes from the ball girl. look at her. looking to get it bear handed. giving up 18 runs in the last two starts. six and two-thirds score less and strike out jarod parker to
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end the fourth. he hasn't lost in 10 straight starts and a complete game five hitter. one big mistake would haunt him. the bottom of the fifth. here to comes and there is goes. deep to left and angel pagan. can't bring it back. his glove is broken. >> the run turned out to be costly. he had it and didn't have it. buster posey runs it down. he had no idea where the ball is coming from. posey said it was a leg cramp and not a leg injury. matt duffy on the dl. abc7 sports is brought to you by riverwalk casino. >> thanks a lot. >> come on.
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abc7 news continues on all of your mobile devices. >> our next news cast is at 4:30. as always we appreciate your time. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm kristen sze. thank you for joining us. right now on jimmy kimmle, jeff bridges. that will be a good one. >> enjoy. see you tomorrow. >> coming up on today's show:
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great contestants, great questions, and very possibly, a great big check. this is "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic music] ♪ hello, i'm chris harrison. welcome to the show. you guys ready to play "who wants to be a millionaire"? [cheers and applause] all right, let's do this. it's a very special day for our first contestant, not just because she has a great shot at winning $1 million, but more importantly, it's her birthday. come on. [cheers and applause] from tyngsborough, massachusetts, happy birthday, lisa blubaugh. [cheers and applause] happy birthday. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. come on over. i would sing, but i don't want to scare you. >> [laughs] that's quite all right. >> but happy birthday. what birthday are we celebrating? >> it's my 21st birthday today. >> are you kidding? >> no. [cheers and applause] >> and you're spending it here with us? >> yep, looks like it. >> wow, 21 years old,
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what would you do with $1 million? >> [sighs] well, honestly, i would probably pay off my student debt and then try to go into a career in theater. >> oh, excellent. well, i would love to help you springboard into that career. here's how we're gonna do it. here's what you're up against: 14 questions, from $500 all the way up to $1 million. every question you answer correctly gets you one step closer to that top prize. remember, you can always walk away with the money you've earned up to that point. if you give me an incorrect answer, you'll walk away with nothing until you get to those thresholds. there's two of them, one at $5,000, then again at $50,000. once you hit those points, you can't lose that money that you've earned. and more good news, you've got three lifelines. first of all, you got this audience. you can use and abuse them one time. the 50/50 will take away two incorrect answers, and your plus one. who did you bring to help you today? >> i brought my best friend, alex. >> hey, alex. how you doing? >> good. >> hope you got her something nice today. >> oh, yeah. >> hope so. it's her birthday.
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this is one big elaborate surprise party for you. >> [laughs] >> all right, you ready to go? >> absolutely. >> i would love to gift wrap $1 million just for you. >> well, that would be the best present. >> let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] all right, here we go. first step, your $500 question. providing a luxurious way to haul stuff around town, mercedes-benz recently announced plans to release its very own what? >> well, i don't think people typically use tandem bicycles or blimps or bulldozers, so i'm gonna go with "a," pickup truck. final answer. >> that's a great start. that's exactly right. [cheers and applause] $500. here's your $1,000 question. "usa today" recently shared the tip that flipping what over before vacuuming it
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will loosen lodged dirt that the machine's suction alone can't reach? >> well, i can say i do this myself when i clean, so i'm gonna go with b, rug. final answer. >> that patio is way too heavy. that is right. $1,000. [applause] chance to double that now with your $2,000 question. here it is. according to "bbc news," one out of every four hazelnuts grown in the world is bought by the ferrero group, the owners of which of the following brands? >> i know for a fact that this one is "a," nutella. final answer. >> i know it too. that's right. that's good stuff, right?
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>> oh, it's so good. >> [laughs] if it were only good for us. $2,000. >> eh, small amounts. >> yeah, everything in moderation. here is your $3,000 question. a condition marked by fatigue and shortness of breath, visitors to aspen or machu picchu could tell you that "hypobaropathy" is another name for what? >> well, i know that aspen and machu picchu have lots of mountains, and i know that getting up high makes you sick, so i'm gonna go with d, altitude sickness. final answer. >> and that is right. those are both mountains. of course, aspen and machu picchu. [cheers and applause] you seem so timid, but you're doing great.
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>> all the lights, the business. >> i get it. well, the business here is your first big step to that $5,000 threshold. get this next one right, that's the worst you're doing here on your birthday is 5 grand. >> well, that's exciting stuff. that's a good night out at the bar. >> right? which you can now get into. >> [laughs] >> all right, here it is, your $5,000 question. long before his post as guardian of the galaxy, who was known to eat people's leftovers as a waiter at the bubba gump shrimp company restaurant? >> well, all the chrises here today. um... i'm fairly positive that it was chris pratt who was in "guardians of the galaxy, so i'm gonna go with b, chris pratt. final answer. >> and that is right. $5,000 for lisa. [dramatic musical flourish] well done. >> thank you.
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[dramatic music] ♪ >> welcome back to "who wants to be a millionaire." well, lisa blubaugh does. she just earned $5,000, so you're on your way. [cheers and applause] you're doing a great job. >> i'm very excited to continue. >> our birthday girl. and you're also a student, you mentioned. >> yes. >> where do you go to school? >> i go to the university of massachusetts dartmouth. >> you're making them proud today. you're doing a great job. again, that threshold means the worst you're gonna do today is $5,000, but with all three lifelines, you could do better than that, so let's continue.
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let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] all right, lisa. here's your $7,000 question. >> okay. >> if you're eavesdropping on a tiff between a stratfordian and an oxfordian, you're most likely listening to an argument over what? >> okay, this one's a little tough. i'm fairly certain it is not jesus' marital status or the location of atlantis, 'cause stratford and oxford are both in england. what i do know is that shakespeare is typically thought to be from stratford or avon.
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somewhere in england. i'm pretty sure it's stratford. i'm gonna go ahead and go with authorship of shakespeare's plays, d. final answer. >> apparently, you go to a good school as well. that's right. [cheers and applause] well done. >> i was a little nervous about that one. >> i could tell. don't be. $7,000. and all three lifelines are there should you choose to use them. but you don't need them. you're doing great. all right, you ready for five figures? >> i'm ready. >> here is your leap. this is your $10,000 question. [dramatic musical flourish] made up of more than 500 portable houses erected in what is now baldwin hills, the first true olympic village was set up for the 1932 games held in what city? >> i honestly do not
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know this question. i think on this one, 'cause there's no guess-- i know nothing about the olympic games in 1932. >> made up of more than 500 portable houses erected in what is now baldwin hills, the first true olympic village was set up for the 1932 games held in what city: st. louis, los angeles, atlanta, or salt lake city? >> i think i'm going to ask the audience on this one. >> use a lifeline? >> yes. >> okay. all right, audience. the birthday girl needs your help, so pick up those keypads and please enter your vote now. [percussive music] ♪ all right, audience results are in. let's go to the board. >> whoa. >> nice majority there say it's b, los angeles.
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>> it's pretty overwhelming, so i think with that big of a percentage, it's worth taking the risk and trusting the audience, and i'm gonna go with b, los angeles. final answer. >> you really trust these people? >> i think i do. >> you should. they're good. >> thank you, audience. >> and they're right. $10,000. 10 grand, lisa. >> that is really exciting for me. >> it's exciting for me too. i'm excited. you know how excited i will be if we double that? >> well, i guess we'll have to find out with the next question. >> here's your $20,000 question. thank you for setting me up. [dramatic musical flourish] in 2013, beyoncé surpassed what "i will always love you" songwriter as the most nominated woman in grammy history? >> well, the only version of
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"i will always love you" that i know is the one sung by celine dion. i'm not sure who wrote it, but i have a gut feeling that it was aretha franklin. i'm just gonna go with my gut, and go with aretha franklin. final answer. i came here to play, so why not play? >> lisa, i wanted your birthday to end better than this. it's actually c, dolly parton. i'm so sorry. that's all right. you know what? $5,000. >> that's still a good chunk of change. >> that's a good birthday present. >> yeah, exactly. >> we'll have that gift wrapped and sent to you immediately. >> thank you. >> happy birthday to you. >> thank you. >> we're gonna give away more money on "millionaire" right after this.
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...until we found a connection. you have the power to change your child's life. the boys town national hline can help. (tdd# 1-800-448-1433) [dramatic music] ♪ >> welcome back to "who wants to be a millionaire." our next contestant is the loving father of three inspiring children, and he is here today to win big for them. from las vegas, nevada, please welcome dana hlavac. [cheers and applause] hey, dana, how you doing? >> thank you, chris, good. >> pleasure. welcome to the show. i've heard about your three amazing kids, and i know that's why you're here today, and i know they're gonna be with you in your heart for sure.
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>> absolutely. they're amazing children. they were--my two oldest, matthew and nicole, were born with a very unique genetic disorder that really just has a scientific name, but they've taught me a lot of compassion and patience and empathy, and to really value my daily phone calls with my youngest daughter, kelsey, who lives all the way on the other side of the country. >> all those values and characteristics will help you here today as you take your march towards $1 million. this is what you're up against: 14 questions from $500 all the way up to $1 million. you have your three lifelines. you know how those work. so let's jump right into it. let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] your first step to $1 million, your $500 question, and here it is. involving a character with a very special "wish," what brand's famous jingle has been described as an example of "wiener envy"?
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>> well, seeing as to how the only one up there which would fit the category of hot dogs, also know by the euphemism of "wieners," it would be the famous oscar mayer, which would be c. final answer. >> that is the right famous jingle. that's right. deep breath after the first one. everyone always sighs after the first one. >> out of the way. >> here it is. your $1,000 question. what common name for a place where commuters live alludes to working in a big city while sleeping in a smaller one? >> well, the one that makes the most sense would be the bedroom community, b. just make sure i haven't heard of the any others, so i will go with b. final answer. >> i sure haven't heard of any others. that's right, bedroom community. $1,000. [applause] a chance to double that.
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here's your $2,000 question. combining the monikers of two of his most recognized characters, what is the name of adam sandler's production company? >> just so happens adam sandler is one of the favorites of my wife and i, and it was "happy gilmore" and i believe "madison." i don't remember the other one, but happy madison, d. final answer. >> that is correct. [cheers and applause] "billy madison" is who you're looking for. "happy gilmore" and "billy madison." >> "billy madison," that's it. >> but it's no problem of yours. you're at $2,000. now here's your $3,000 question. which of the following product's serving size isn't measured in volume, but in time-- specifically 1/4 of a second?
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>> well, while i'm certainly not the most prodigious of cooks, baking soda is dry, so you would measure that in a dry measuring cup. as is flour. and morsels, at least for me, are by the bite, so i would say the cooking spray, c. final answer. >> that's right. good job. [cheers applause] that's as much time as you want to spend in the kitchen. >> that's about it. >> $3,000. this is your first big step. next question gets you to that $5,000 threshold, which means you can't leave here with anything less than that. here it is, your $5,000 question. green zone golf club is famous not only for its 24 hours of daylight during the summer but also because its holes are divvied up along the border of which two countries?
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>> hmm, well, 24 hours of daylight during the summer would be the northern, and i think that would take out spain and portugal. it would also take out greece and albania. and while turkey and armenia, possibly. i would think that finland and sweden are the farthest north. during the summer 24 hours. i'm gonna go with d, even though i have no clue where the golf club is. final answer. >> now you know where the golf club is. that's right. $5,000. 5 grand. dana, that's a good start, my friend. >> oh, thank you. >> but we're gonna do better than that for his three kids when we come back here on "millionaire." [dramatic music] ♪
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>> here's your question of the day. in cases involving verbal abuse, courts are reportedly consulting what online resource on the meanings of unfamiliar slang terms: about.com, howstuffworks.com, urbandictionary.com, or snopes.com?
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>> the answer to that question was urbandictionary.com. [cheers and applause] welcome back to "who wants to be a millionaire." i'm here with dana hlavac, who is, what, $5,000. you reached that first threshold. >> thank you, thank you. >> well done. proud papa of three kids and earning money for them, but we can do better than just that 5 grand. you have all three of your lifelines. you've been playing great, so let's keep it going. deep breath. let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] all right, dana, here it is, your $7,000 question. according to federal regulations, which of these alcoholic spirits must be made
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from a grain mix that is mostly corn? >> [sighs] not that i have any experience with any of these today. >> today. >> rum is made primarily from sugar cane. [sighs] tequila... boy, i'm not sure. vodka primarily from northern europe, where there's not a whole lot of corn. i don't... kentucky bourbon. there's certainly corn in kentucky. tequila comes from, i believe, the aloe plant or a form of the aloe plant out of mexico primarily.
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i am gonna take a shot. >> okay. >> i think it's the equivalent of what's known as corn mash or was known of corn mash, which would be kentucky bourbon. and i'll say b, and a deep breath. final answer. >> ooh. that's right. you got it. $7,000. [horn blares] that sound means time is up, dana. but don't worry, buddy. you're not going anywhere. 7 grand. he's on his way to who knows what. thanks for watching today. for everyone who's been a part of this one, i'm chris harrison. we will see you next time as this guy continues to make money. [dramatic music] ♪ >> closed captioning sponsored by: at clorox 2 we've turned removing stains into a science. now pre-treat with clorox 2! watch stains disappear right before your eyes.
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that's what last night's ly. so-called strawberry moon looked like from the washington, d.c. area. it's called a strawberry moon because of its color, obviously. that comes as a result of atmospheric conditions while the moon is low in the sky. we also have time lapse video from las vegas showing the moon setting behind the mountains there at sunrise and clearly it makes sore some great pictures when a full moon coincides with the summer solstice. >> it's been 67 years. amazing. the investigation into the tragic accident that killed star trek actor anton yelchin is now focusing on a possible design defect in his 2015/jeep grand cherokee. >> that's right. the actor was killed when his
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jeep crushed him into his driveway gate. it turns out that vehicle was one of hundreds of thousands included in a recall. here's abc's matt gutman. >> reporter: anton yelchin was a fast-rising hollywood star. magnetic as -- >> ensign chekov, pavel andreievich, sir. >> reporter: in the hugely successful "star trek" reboot. the 27-year-old cut down by that freak car accident outside his hollywood hills home early sunday morning. police tell abc news yelchin got out of his 2015 jeep grand cherokee while pulling out of his steep driveway. the vehicle apparently rolling back, fatally pinning him against this gate. the force of that 5,000-pound suv so powerful that it bent these bars. it's the same model jeep that was recalled over a confusing gear shift, allegedly causing a roll-away problem in over 800,000 jeeps and chryslers. right now, i'm in drive and i'm putting it into park. you can see, the gear shift toggles back to its original position. now, what's confusing is, if you're not looking, it's hard to
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tell what gear you're in. 212 crashes and 41 injuries have been blamed on this roll-away problem, and now possibly the death of a hollywood star. chrysler says the fix just became available at the end of last week for some of the vehicles. but it has yet to notify any of its customers. matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. when we come back, the major house cleaning that went down last night on "the bachelorette." >> and the place where everybody knows your name is now headed to the stage. "the skinny" is next. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our
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♪ skinny, so skinny it is "skinny" time. we start with the return of >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. ♪ skinny, so skinny it is "skinny" time. we start with the return of abc's the bachelorette. why jojo and the guys took a week off because of the nba finals. >> yes, but last night they were back with a vengeance. that means our senior bachelorette analyst jack sheehan is also here to take on what happened last night. >> thank you for the slow clap. i appreciate that. >> you're welcome. >> you know, when we left this drama off, we were involved in it, there was a two-on-one date going on. it was -- it was ochocinco, bad chad. >> chad johnson. >> jojo and alex. two-on-one dates usually create these extreme pictures, remember
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cupcake on the cliffs of moor in ireland. we had olivier on the stormy beach. thankfully she was left behind there. >> that was a mess. >> then there was chad in the woods of pennsylvania. >> not happy. >> roll that beautiful bachelorette footage. >> it's over there. >> there it is. this was the date. this was jojo basically telling chad that he's got to go. so chad made his way back to the house. he wasn't going gentle into that good night as the saying goes. so anyway, one thing leads to another. one last confrontation with the boys. eventually, i would even gather to say thankfully, it's pretty much played out. jordan, they were shaking hands, whatever. no apologies. eventually, chad's like you know what? this is done. i'm out of here. two other guys also went out at the first rose ceremony. daniel and james f. off to uruguay. why not? >> because. >> first one-on-one date
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speaking of jordan. and jojo. they jump in. they go swimming with seals. this is all going very well. customary yacht trip. >> i want to go swimming with seals. >> well, uruguay is still there. >> i want to meet seal. >> righto. crazy. remember that one? they're having dinner. they're talking about jordan's past. he says you know what? i'm no cheater. and then he went really important. he says i'm going to quote, "i'm falling in love with you." >> oh, baby aaron? >> yeah, yeah. >> because there were rumors he had a girlfriend, right. >> and the ex posted all this bad stuff about him. >> baby brother. >> he went there. we got to move. then there was this magazine thing. it was an article quoting jojo's ex before ben. this guy claims whose name was also chad. he's claiming she was doing shows just for the publicity. jojo's all fired up. she thinks you know what, we got to nip this thing right in the bud.
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she goes -- after crying, she goes over to the guys' suite. she explains the whole thing. they're like whatever. we're moving on. all right. all's well. the second one-on-one date of the show the with our boy robby, he's the analyst picked to go the whole nine yards. it went really, really well especially when you're stripping off on the rocks. >> that will help. >> they're jumping in. uh-huh. >> taking a plunge. robby, oh, by the way, he went there the whole nine. he goes, "i'm falling in love with you, jojo." >> wow. >> starting to fall in love with you. >> no, he is all in. >> what was her reaction. >> i think she said thank you or something. whatever. it doesn't matter. there was a rose ceremony. there's eight guys left. three of them that got ousted grant, vinny and evan, forget about them. they're gone. >> see ya. >> you so is the analyst.
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out. >> but we just got. >> oh. bye, jack. >> your chair is still there. all right. let's move on next to the place where everybody knows your name. >> and they're always glad you came. >> ranked as one of the greatest television shows of all time, "cheers" is set to make its debut live on stage. it will be a comedy based on some of the most memorable moments from the show's first season like this one. >> norman, doesn't your wife ever complain that you never spend any time with her? >> would you? >> well -- >> erik forrest jackson, the writer who adapted the show for the stage, binge watched to create his final script. >> it debuts in boston and embarks on a national stage. another '80s sit-com revival news, a culinary tribute to the "golden girls." >> their themed restaurant set to open in up town manhattan. michael larue plans to open rue la rue cafe to honor rue
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a little touch is all it takes. k-y touch. ♪ all those things dance, dance, ♪ dance, dance, dance, ain't nobody keep dancing ♪ ♪ can't stop the feeling ♪ so just dance, dance, dance >> i'm like in full on hand movement mode. >> when kendis really likes a song. >> and the bigger the beat, it's like my skrillex mode. the celebrations already in full swing in cleveland. still one day away from the cavaliers victory parade through the city's downtown. >> the celebrations are expected to impact a lot of northeast ohio. here's abc's alex perez. >> reporter: king james back on his home court. >> cleveland!
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>> reporter: some of these people have been lining up for hours just to get a glimpse of king james, but it wasn't that long ago when they were lining up to see him out. feeling abandoned, fans turned on james when he left to play for miami in 2010. delivering the greatest comeback in nba history, sealing it with this unbelievable block. >> oh, blocked by james! >> reporter: james collapsing in tears under the weight of a 52-year championship drought now lifted. >> mvp! mvp! >> i can say i sit at some place that no one has ever been. and my teammates, as well. this is truly amazing. >> reporter: how tired are you, brother? you look like you're about to break down. >> i'm exhausted. i'm exhausted. but i -- i tell you one thing, once i get back to cleveland, they going to give me a lot of energy. i can give it all back to them. >> reporter: after defying the odds, the team detoured to vegas for an all-night celebration before their triumphant return home. >> woo! >> reporter: alex perez, abc news, cleveland. >> it's going to be such a party
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tomorrow. >> i hope no one is trying to get anywhere in that general area. >> by the way, at the indians game last night, you know how they have the kiss cam and they have images of different people kissing? this one wasn't that awkward. take a look at the kiss cam last night. it's lebron and the trophy there. >> is he traveling everywhere with the trophy now. >> he's pretty much sleeping with it right at this moment. >> how long does that last. >> really quickly, who is your new messenger on twitter. >> rick astley and i are best friends. >> gloria estefan is following her. rick astley. do you know who is not following her? taye diggs. >> he's following me now. >> is he? >> maybe it's because he heard rick astley is my new best friend. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades.
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good morning. i'm diane macedo. >> a good morning. i'm diane macedo. >> and i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the top headlines we're following this tuesday morning on "world news now." there are two new major wildfires in southern california, both not far from downtown l.a. the entire southwest has seen record high temperatures for the past few days. but the weather may be breaking some. full coverage ahead. donald trump's campaign war chest is running pretty low. financial reports show the trump camp had just $1.3 million in the bank an the beginning of june while hillary clinton's campaign stockpiled $42 million. >> the trump camp is recovering from a major shake-up. trump fired campaign manager corey lewandowski amid strained relationships with the republican leaders and donors. trump saying overnight, it's time for a different type of campaign.
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and the u.s. men's national soccer team is set for tonight's copa semifinal against argentina. a sellout crowd of around 70,000 is expected at the game in houston. the winner moves onto the championship match on sunday. those are some of our top stories on this tuesday, june 21st. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> i believe that we will win. >> you're rooting for team usa soccer team. >> they're facing lionel messi. >> they can do it. >> we'll see. >> you didn't think the cavaliers could win either. >> we're going to bring this up again. bandwagon. lifelong fan since the series started. >> guilty. we begin this half hour with wildfires raging in southern california. hundreds are out of their homes watching to see if the wind changes direction overnight. >> the fires are burning in the angeles national forest. above the l.a. suburbs of azusa and duarte.
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the reservoir fire was started when a pickup plunged into a canyon killing the driver. the fish fire on the other hand is on the other side of a canyon. together the blazes have consumed about 3500 acres. and there are other wildfires to tell you about in southern california as well as other states. the extreme temperatures throughout the southwest making fighting the fires more difficult. >> the heat wave is dangerous all by itself. and not just to the elderly. abc's stephanie ramos has more on that. >> reporter: the heat is scorching the west and it's getting worse. >> it's really hot. >> oh, it's a killer. >> reporter: sweltering temperatures are steaming up the southwest u.s. where a string of triple digit temperatures shattered records. >> we've had over 100 calls related specifically to heat related emergencies in the past 24 hours. >> reporter: that heat fueling wildfires. >> this fire spreading very, very rapidly right now. >> reporter: the los angeles fire department is taking the
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battle to the air. this crew near los angeles sweep in to douse the fire which has spread to 500 acres. >> tonight we get down canyon winds, we could be putting more evacuations and we may have more homes that are under threat. >> reporter: meanwhile, energy use is spiking causing power outages sunday and more are expected. >> we're concerned about today. there is a lot of energy being consumed by customers. >> reporter: and air travel also impacted. overheated air gets soaked in, it creates lift problems for planes. with thousands of firefighters out on the lines across california, fire stations are on standby in case the wildfires grow. kendis, diane, back to you. >> our thanks to stephanie there. in arizona a major wildfire has jumped the containment lines. the cedar creek fire doubled in size yesterday consuming 27,000 acres in northeastern arizona. residents have been given preevacuation notices. officials say the fire is not moving more quickly because of shifting winds and sparse vegetation. and checking the forecast,
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it's going to be another scorcher in the southwest today with a high of 113 in phoenix. and close to 100 in other parts. los angeles is cooling off to a high of 86, about the same as the upper midwest and northeast. now to the tragedy in orlando monday night, streets near pulse nightclub reopened more than a week after the killings. hours earlier, the fbi released transcripts of the gunman's 911 call. abc's linzie janis looks at law enforcement's efforts to try to save the victims. >> reporter: the chilling details of what the gunman said during that three-hour siege. from the nightclub's bathroom, where he had retreated with several hostages, calling 911 30 minutes after the gunfire started, telling the dispatcher, "i want to let you know, i'm in orlando and i did the shootings." >> what i can tell you is that while the killer made these murderous statements, he did so in a chilling, calm and deliberate manner. >> reporter: when asked his name, omar mateen responds, "my
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name is, i pledge allegiance to abu bakr al baghdadi, of the islamic state." authorities initially redacting that pledge but releasing it. over the next half hour, hostage negotiators calling him on his cell phone three times. one call lasting 16 minutes. >> to hear him saying the reason why he's doing this is because he wants america to stop bombing his country. >> reporter: mateen threatening police with bombs, saying, "i'm going to ignite it if they try to do anything stupid." claiming he had a vest like the kind used in france. then, silence. he stopped answering his phone. an hour later, police pulling out an air conditioning unit, allowing eight victims to escape. and finally, busting through an exterior wall. authorities answering criticism they waited too long. >> i think there is this misconception that we didn't do anything for three hours. and i'm just trying to clarify that that's absolutely not true.
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>> reporter: and an abc news has learned that just six days before the attack, the gunman went to a kay jewelers near his hometown in florida, spending nearly $9,000. he did not pay cash and authorities are investigating that purchase. lindsay janice, abc news, orlando. now to some sad scenes from london as lawmakers mourned one of their own. british prime minister david cameron among those attending a memorial service for jo cox "she was murdered last week in northern england. cox's murder was the first murder of a sitting british legislator in more than 25 years and prompted a three-day halt to campaigning in connection, thursday's public vote on whether britain should leave the eu. >> blocking action on gun control on capitol hill following the orlando massacre. senators voted down four measures after a debate largely along party lines. lana zak has the latest from the washington. >> reporter: in orlando, 150
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balloons were released into the air at the funeral of brenda mccool, while in washington. >> the motion is not agreed to. >> the motion is not agreed to. >> the motion is not agreed to. >> the motion is not agreed to. >> reporter: four pieces of gun control legislation, not one received the 60 necessary votes to pass. senator cornyn's proposal would put a three-day waiting period on a buyer who are is on a terror watch list. >> we all agree that terrorists should not get guns. >> under the feinstein approach, the gun sale would be denied and the bad guy walks away. nothing else happens. under my amendment, the fbi is notified. >> reporter: but with both republicans and democrats offering up their solutions, neither side won. democratic senator blumenthal says he'll seek common ground. >> republicans are going to be unable to look themselves in the eye and look their constituents in the eye this november if they fail to heed and hear the american people saying enough is enough. we want action. >> reporter: but there was one
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victory for gun control advocates the supreme court decided to leave in place assault weapon ban legislation passed in the wake of the sandy hook elementary shooting. >> it's personal. it's my home state. it stemmed out of my mother's murder. regardless of the outcome tonight, the issue is on the forefront of everybody's mind. that in itself is a victory. >> reporter: her mother was that hero principal from sandy hook elementary. she told me even if the legislation didn't pass right now, she was going to continue to fight until it did. kendis, diane. >> lana, thank you. now to an airport scare in new york after a charter plane landed on its belly. this is the aircraft late monday night in farmingdale on long island. it's gear failed coming in for a landing. it hit the ground at 125 miles per hour. then slid for about 2,000 feet before coming to a stop. two people were on board and they're both okay.
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the latest addition to the clinton clan is waking up in his own home. chelsea clinton and her husband left a manhattan hospital yesterday with their second child aiden clinton mezvinsky. the grandparents saw him off along with a large group of well-wishers. >> and from one couple to another. >> yeah. >> the one we're about to introduce you to, they've been together a very, very long time. >> how long we talking. > say hello to loretta and webb hancock. >> they just celebrated their 74th wedding anniversary. they said their i dos way back on june 20th, 1942. >> she says one of their secrets to being together so long is their dedication to making their relationship work. >> it's not all roses. but there's some stickier stems in there with them but it's worth it. >> it's worth it.
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so when he got the chance to speak, he said that loretta's his starter wife. >> he didn't. >> wait awhile but that second one's coming around. >> they celebrated their 74th anniversary with a party thrown by family and friends. but they need to plan another party now because webb turns 95 next month. we'd like to be invited by the way. i'll put it in my calendar. >> they look very cute together. so see, you can find the one. >> they say they raised four kids. their family now 15 grandchildren. >> wow. >> 43 great grandchildren. >> wow. >> nine great, great grandchildren. >> that's a lot of people. >> coming up, ending the cleveland curse. how lebron's fan club is now blowing up. but this is no ordinary fan club. you apparently need to be a grandmother. >> and speaking of celebrating >> and speaking of celebrating now that summer is here, it's time to break out the rose. why the pink blush is securing a
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introduces us to this super fan. >> reporter: champagne flowing all over our cleveland cavaliers. and champagne flowing in larry wiser's home. >> we had a few bolts from champagne. >> reporter: for years, larry bought cavs season tickets. the first set cost him 6 bucks apiece in 1971. some years harder to watch than others but larry never gave up hope. >> it seems like 45 years went very fast last night though. >> reporter: was it worth the wait? >> yeah, i just wish it was sooner. >> reporter: the fans for this team and in this city run the gamut. young and old, diehard sports fans and casual observers. crippled by the curse and cautiously optimistic. we've seen a little of everything at this point. but while the seconds ticked down, all of them had the same simple thing in common. hope. >> i really probably had a couple tears but nothing like what i imagined.
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>> reporter: larry's seen players, coaches and owners come and go but this team, his team he calls them he says is like no other he's seen and remember he's seen them all. that's what he says makes this win all the more worthwhile. >> i don't think there will ever be another game like that in this city even if they win three more in a row because it's really special. >> you know, they did have are rose champagne they were great celebrating with. >> oh, yeah. >> and we're going to celebrate rose, the wine. >> one of the most summery drinks out there, right. >> also increasingly finding itself a place at the table, also in the picnic basket, in the beer cooler. we'll tell you why. you're watching "world news now." >> in a box. >> announcer: "world news now" continue
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it is officially summer now. >> yeah. >> it is officially summer now. >> yeah. >> and you know what that means. >> uh-huh. >> it's rose season. >> of course. we're talking wine. to be specific. and before the purists protests consider this sales of the fermented pink nectar are taking off. >> we are up "up all nightline" with abc's rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: it's more than a drink. >> so this is the rose life. it's a lifestyle. >> it's good times. being with friends. not having a care in the world.
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>> reporter: rose, once considered the redheaded step child of wines is having its moment in the sun. synonymous with summer, the french riviera, and all things hamptons. >> the color, the shape of the bottle, it's magic. it's just magic. >> reporter: from brad and angelina to drew barrymore, even nicki minaj asking for it by name in "bottom's up." >> thank you, do you think you could buy me a bottle of rose. >> reporter: people can't seem to get enough. >> national rose day. >> reporter: now josh ostrovsky, the fat jewish with 8.6 million instagram followers is using his social media celebrity to launch his own line, white girl rose. >> my real social security bottle on this bottle. >> reporter: his line and many others capitalizing on a booming market is, sales up 35% since last year. nearly 300 million liters consumed annually in the u.s. alone. >> it's not about us. it's about rose. >> reporter: a big part of the
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rose market millennials using social media to fuel the fanfare. insta hashtags like #roseallday, #rose, and #yeswayrose often paired with pictures from rose revelry. on the boat, one of the largest rose festivals, 1,000 guests and more than 150 different rose varieties. founder introduced me to a few of them. >> what makes a wine rose. >> a maceration of the skin and the juice for a very short period of time, like about an hour or two whether he a red wine would macerate for several days, several weeks. >> reporter: and america isn't just drinking rose. the country is now the third largest exporter of the wine. right behind france. famous in the rose world for the provence region and italy. if you're buying a bottle, there are a few things to know. first, don't go vintage. this stuff is best enjoyed young. look for a bottle labeled with a
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recent year. the wine pairs well with summer staples like barbecue. and there's no need to break the bank. a decent bottle will run you about 20 bucks. josh and co-founder david oliver cohen are launching their latest product, babe, the first sparkling rose in a can. >> you know, you can drink it in your uber. bring in your bag. makes life less unbearable. have it with you at all times. you can't always carry a huge bottle of rose. >> reporter: this is no fleeting trend they say. rose is here to stay. a lot of alcoholic beverages have gone out of style. do you ever worry what happens when rose isn't in vogue anymore. >> does awesome stuff go out of vogue. >> do kittens go out of style? i don't think so, rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: i'm rebecca jarvis in new york. >> we'd like to know how she got that assignment. >> we really would. >> give us some tips.
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a little touch is all it takes. k-y touch. time now for "this happened," starting with what started out as a pristine ocean time now for "this happened," starting with what started out as a pristine ocean expedition in the say shells. >> this is what expedition paul rose stumbled upon, giant mating tortoises on assumption island. so he interrupted the mating and that tortoise was not too happy about it. >> that is the male. and he decided to show his displeasure by charging. rose and his camera man. >> we'll check back in with him. we'll check back and see his mission. while we move on. next, what started out as a dance party in copenhagen on a river boat, take a look at it. yeah -- >> a couple having the time of their lives during a visit in
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june, 2016. oh, no, and then that happens. >> oh. they had a little bit too much fun there. >> i think so. >> stumbled right into a crowd of onlookers. >> maybe a little bit too much rose or -- >> how is the tortoise doing, by the way? >> he's still crawling toward him. that's what you do when you interrupt. >> he is. >> a male tortoise that's in the middle of it. >> this could have been a disaster in western new york. >> this happened in niagara as we mentioned at a backyard party. fortunately, the kids at the party had just exited. that's a bounce house. oh, no. no, wait for it. oh, no. >> oh. >> oh, my god.
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>> again, the kids were no longer in the bouncy castle when it went airborne. >> thank god. >> nobody was hurt. >> it came to a shocking end. >> except for the bounce house, of course. >> how is leroy, that tortoise? is leroy still on the move? yep. >> he's like, come on. i just talked her into it. >> i'll show you. and finally saying i do underwater. >> this happened in new orleans at the audubon aquarium of the americas. these folks got married underwater here. very cool. >> they said i do, maybe signed. hard to speak underwater. >> they're from savannah and they took the plunge literally. this is a before video and then you saw the after with the tortoise got interrupted. >> he was not too happy. >> did he ever make it? he's still like.
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>> in this morning on "world news now," the trump campaign is hoping for a turnaround. >> new numbers out overnight shows the clinton campaign with a massive financial advantage and in the polls, as well. this as he looks for a new campaign manager. >> what happened inside the orlando nightclub shooting? we have new details what the shooter said to the police during their standoff. as authorities defend how they reacted to the attack. >> hometown heroes. the cleveland cavaliers landing back on familiar turf getting a huge welcome from the city. and why steph curry's wife is helping move championship merchandise. and ready to wed at the height of wedding season, we're checking out all the latest fashions and styles to go big on the big day from the dress to the accessories and we're following our own bride to be nikki battiste as she gets ready to say i do on this tuesday,
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june 21st. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, everyone. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm diane macedo. we begin today with the trump campaign. >> yeah, a lot of news happening with the trump campaign including some stuff that took place overnight. with just a months to go before the general election. >> new financial reports so that the trump camp began june with just $1.3 million in cash on hand while hillary clinton's campaign started the month off with $42 million in the bank. meanwhile, trump has fired one of his closest aides just a month before the gop convention. >> we're talking about campaign manager corey lewandowski on the left there who was abruptly let go amid rumors of friction with other top staffers and trump's own children. some donors have also failed to sign on. trump told fox news last night that it's time for a different kind of campaign. the turbulent day coincided with a new poll showing hillary
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clinton leading trump by seven points. abc's tom llamas has the latest. >> reporter: a major campaign shake-up. donald trump firing campaign manager corey lewandowski. did this take you by surprise? >> i don't know if that's the response i would have. but what i do think is that the general election is a very different type of campaign than a primary election process. and understanding that people want to change the way the campaign is run, look, that's fine. >> reporter: sources tell abc news trump's children fueled the effort to dump lewandowski. >> i had a great relationship with them. i don't think that's going to change just because my position's changed. >> reporter: trump had refused to fire lewandowski months ago after this video surfaced showing him grabbing a female reporter trying to ask trump a question. the billionaire candidate stuck by lewandowski from the get-go. that's something you could see him ever doing? >> i know him so well, he happens to be right here. i can tell you, i don't see him doing that in a million years. i have a wonderful guy, a campaign manager. you talk about discipline.
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the easiest thing -- corey, you're fired. i can't do that. can't do it. >> reporter: prosecutors later dropped misdemeanor battery charges. >> corey, good job, corey. good job. >> reporter: but now is facing sliding poll numbers. >> hi, south carolina, i'm ivanka trump. hi, nevada, i'm ivanka trump. aloha hawaii, i'm ivanka trump. >> reporter: sources say ivanka and her brothers had had enough, and shared their frustration with their father. >> i think it's fair, but in many respects, he was coming to that on his own. we were there to help augment that and really think it through with him. >> reporter: trump now also playing damage control for his response to the orlando shooting. again, making the case that people in that nightclub should have been armed. >> if some of those wonderful people had guns strapped right here, right to their waist, or right to their ankle, and this son of a [ bleep ] comes out and starts shooting and one of the people in that room happened to have it, and goes boom, boom,
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you know what? that would have been a beautiful, beautiful, sight folks. but trump's now clarified that position saying he was talking about people like security guards and employees carrying firearms not the people drinking having a good time. tom llamas, abc news, new york. >> we're getting details about one man's apparent plot to kill trump. 19-year-old british national michael sandford is in u.s. federal custody. prosecutors say sandford grabbed a police officer's gun at a trump rally saturday in las vegas. he was stopped by security at the event. authorities say he admitted he would try to kill trump again if set free. >> the senate rejected all four gun control measures that resurfaced after the orlando massacre. the bills were voted down largely along party lines. senators failed to agree on legislation that would have expanded background checks and blocked people on the terror watch list from buying guns. some lawmakers are now working on a bipartisan compromise but
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no major changes are specced. >> hundreds of residents are out of their southern california homes overnight because of two new wildfires. the twin blazes northeast of los angeles consumed at least 3500 acres. one of them called the reservoir fire was started by a fatal pickup truck crash. only a canyon separates that fire from the fish fire. overnight changing wind conditions could threaten homes. the entire region is extremely dry and suffering from a heat wave. for the latest on the orlando massacre, the fbi released transcripts of its conversations with the gunman as the tragedy unfolded. officials say those transcripts defend how authorities handled a terrifying situation. >> reporter: we now have a better idea of the time line of the massacre that killed 49 people. radio transcripts showing officers inside the club within minutes forcing the shooter omar mateen to retreat into a bathroom with hostages.
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at 2:35 a.m., 30 minutes after the first shot, omar mateen calls 911 calling himself an islamic soldier, then hanging up. over the next hour, calls from negotiators as the killer claims. there is a vehicle outside that has some bombs. you people are going to get it and i'm going to ignite it if they try to do anything stupid. no explosives are ever found. at 4:21:00 a.m., police pull an air conditioning unit, evacuating a group of survivors. the chief of police stressing there was no gunfire in the three hours it took s.w.a.t. teams to take him down. >> i think there is this misconception that we didn't do anything for three hours. i'm trying to clarify that's absolutely not true. we have been training for this situation for many, many years since columbine, since 9/11. abc's adrienne bankert has more. >> reporter: factors that add to an already complex investigation. abc news learning days before the standoff, mateen spent $9,000 on jewelry. two months earlier, he signed over his interest in this
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florida home he owned with his father for just $100. the fbi telling us that they released the full transcripts unedited to provide transparency but they will not release the audio conversations from those calls out of respect for the victims and their families. >> our thanks to adrienne here in new york. another baltimore police officer in the freddie gray case learns his fate later on this week. cesar goodson junior drove the van in which gray suffered a fatal spinal injury. prosecutors say he purposely allowed gray to bounce around the inside of that vehicle. the judge will issue his verdict thursday morning. and now that it's tuesday morning, let's hope that the new nba champions are getting some much needed rest. they were partying quite a bit. when the cavaliers arrived at the airport in cleveland yesterday afternoon, it was quite a scene. >> j.r. smith didn't bother wearing a shirt as he got off the plane. there were more than 10,000 fans
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waiting there to greet the team. lebron james carried the championship trophy while wearing a t-shirt that said "ultimate warrior." he has taken it on instagram to blast his critics. that makes for some interesting reading. > okay. maybe he lost it in vegas. cleveland, by the way, their fans are having some fun at the expense of the wife of warriors star steph curry. while the warriors were blowing their three-games to one lead, ayesha claimed the finals were fixed for money and tv ratings. well, now these t-shirts with the taunting phrase bye ayesha are all the rage among cavs fans. the shirtmaker says sales have gone through the roof since sunday night's title clincher. >> of course, a play on bye felicia which is not generally meant affectionately toward the person you were directing the comment. >> it's saying good-bye but nice knowing you. have a nice life.
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no. >> i wonder if she's regretting that tweet or if she's still -- she's still stands by it. >> she did delete it. >> she apologized and said the emotions got the best of her. >> keep it classy. bye felicia. >> the daring rescue at the bottom of the world. >> the last minute effort to save people at the south pole. we'll hear how they'll attempt to get to them in a time and place where the sun won't come out till august. and the latest trends from the world of weddings. the most glamorous and stylish new dress designs and how brides and grooms are working things like social media in with the traditional. >> check out our instagram, abcwnn. it's national selfie day. shall we? >> yeah, let's do it.
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♪ beautiful shot. that is acclaimed italian composer and pianist ludovico einaudi performing a floating platform or on a floating platform in the arctic ocean off norway. the piece here is titled "elegy for the arctic," to encourage conservation efforts for the
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arctic. >> that glacier is disappearing so quick, he's just holding on to the piano. dangerous rescues playing out on the opposite pole where a research facility worker is in urgent need of medical help. >> two small planes are waiting for a break in the weather for the final leg of this journey to the south pole. abc's alex marquardt has the latest. >> reporter: the two planes landing on the edge of antarctica, prepping for the most dangerous part of the rescue. just one will make the 1,500-mile flight in the dark. the sun set for the winter in march and won't rise again until august. the temperatures now averaging 70 below, at which jet fuel can freeze. >> you need a good weather window to make it from that base direct to the south pole. >> reporter: at the pole, at least one person needs an immediate medical evacuation and a second might come out, as well. >> we don't have the capabilities at our facilities to handle this particular emergency. >> reporter: this is just the third rescue of this kind attempted in 60 years. in 1999, a doctor at the station diagnosed herself with breast cancer.
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unable to get out, she gave herself chemotherapy. a race to the pole. a place so unforgiving, so remote, that the last person who was evacuated called it harder to reach than the international space station. alex marquardt, abc news, london. all right. coming up in our next half hour, a dramatic thinning of the herd on "the bachelorette."" >> two rose ceremonies, six guys shown the door. eight remain. so who is left standing? our senior bachelor analyst will join to us lead off the "skinny." >> there are now only nine days left if you still want to be a june bride. so what's trending in the world of weddings? how about two words, metallics and skin. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our
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♪ it's a beautiful night we're looking for something to do ♪ >> something dumb to do. >> you picked up on that one. >> finally. i agree with you bruno. >> maybe not the most romantic wedding song. hopefully more romantic ones at the weddings you'd go to. there are probably many in your calendar. >> the wedding trends these days are changing almost by the day or the week. joining us with what's buzzing on the white carpet is abc's nikki battiste getting ready for your big day. >> 11 weeks. we're in the throes of wedding season. not that i'm counting. so i went to the ultimate authority in the weddings here in new york to find the hottest even sizzling trends for summer brides. ♪ >> reporter: 'tis the season to be wed and there's no place for a bride to be like kleinfeld. >> look at all these dresses. like heaven.
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wedding guru anne chertoff is editor-in-chief of twirlweddings.com and showing us what's happening. >> when i see the runways right now, i think they are sexy. >> today brides are taking their cue from the red carpet. last year at the 2015 met gala, beyonce came out in this naked dress. >> these dresses are so sexy, they might make fathers of the bright bride faint. >> metallics are big right now. you're seeing dresses with three dimensional details. the design of the dress has flower or petal patterns kind of popping off the dress. >> there are also geometric patterns, convertible dresses and check this out, capes. when it comes to bridesmaid dresses you can now rent them. or thanks to pippa middleton, you might find the bridal party
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wearing white. >> let's talk about colors. >> monochromatic colors and metallics are stealing the show. from invitations to flower accents to cookie favors with edible gold paint. >> this is from bride and blossom. >> this is from denise facinelli with some accents. you can see how you can go in the traditional glam look with the classic white bouquet and pins and ribbon kind of glam it up a little bit. >> there's one trend that may trump them all make your entire wedding story personal. >> speaking of personalizing, my fiance came to you for a little help with this engagement ring. >> and he is probably the only man to ever come to me without getting input from the bride. >> zero. he had no idea. we never discussed. >> reporter: lindsey scoggins designs her own wedding and engagement rings. she gets to know a couple and incorporates their story into a symbolic design.
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>> this is designed two rows of diamond diamonds that intersect in different places. they couple found out after they got together that they had mutual friends that had at different points tried to set them up and one day they randomly met without anybody planning anything. so it was fate. >> reporter: she says rose gold and geometric touches can make your ring unique. >> this is a traditional round wedding band. from the side, it's got that octagonal shape to it. what a lot of brides are doing is making sure their wedding band is unique from the start so that they can add rings to their collection as milestones occur in their life. >> no pressure, guys. pile on the diamonds. >> speaking of diamonds, i want to show you some of the -- there are all these social media trends, tech trends, too. this is a bride selfie stick
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adorned with a bunch of crystals. reem acra for $500, forget your bouquet. if you want to get creative, there's also. >> that looks good on you. wedding wire.com has a #generator. you go online, i put in nikki battiste and my fiance dean simpson. it gives you fun #s. some of mine were on kyle simpson. like battiste simpson and can you feel the simpson tonight. if you want to, all of your guests anyone that instagrams a company called luster will send a printer and print master to print all of your instagram photos. >> i managed to break the selfie stick. >> this is your favorite. we were chatting about this. maid of social is a new duo of women maid of social. they are social media wedding planners. for $3,000 they will come to your wedding and make sure it is everywhere on twitter, instagram.
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all right. time now for "the mix." have you ever wanted to walk on all right. time now for "the mix." have you ever wanted to walk on water? >> yeah. >> why not. >> sure. >> there's a new art installation that might help you with that. remember the artist in 2005 who did the orange gate through central park, saffron colored gate in central park? those were 7500 paneled gates in the middle of the park. so that was back in 2005. and that was christo's last project. his new one now takes to us italy. where he has built these floating piers in lake iseo. not sure if i'm saying that correctly. it is three kilometers of this walkway that attaches two islands there. the material changes color with the time of the day and with the weather. >> now i understand why it took
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him 11 years to get his next art installation. >> you walk across. they say it feels like you're on a rocking boat. >> yeah. >> and people enjoy the feeling of being kind of out there. feels like you're right in the middle of the water. >> very cool. also overseas, there's quite a sight in hiroshima, japan. this family own a milk company. so they decided what else to do with their house than to turn it into a milk carton. >> wow. >> they transformed the whole house into it. so they haven't been identified as who the real owners of this house is. but the house has been there for several decades. and apparently they will run a milk store out of it. do deliveries out of it and they also live in that neighborhood. >> i'm guessing it's pretty easy to find when you're trying to get there and which one is the milk store. >> i can't really tell. >> not a lot of neighbors
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getting asked for directions. now to krispy kreme where we have a new bizarre flavor. >> yes. >> to add to the mix. the new one is watermelon. watermelon flavored doughnuts. it's covered in a watermelon glaze and some chocolate chips to replicate the watermelon seeds. if it's not your jam, they're also apparently coming out with a lemon flavored glaze doughnut, as well. >> both of those sound awful. >> get them for you. >> a lot of us like to netflix and chill. so does this dog. >> oh, boy. >> i don't know about the chill part. but this dog is addicted to sitting on his computer and just for hours. it's a shiba inu by the name of chico will sit there for several hours just watching tv. >> we're sure he's not in a coma, right? >> i'm not sure. >> the dog hasn't been drugged or anything. >> he just sits there and watches cartoons. >> did he order that hoodie on amazon?
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this this morning on "world news now," gun control debate falling flat on capitol hill. four separate bills all turned down. despite the latest polls saying americans want gun reform. so what happens next? the latest just ahead. the extreme heat wave in the west is giving way to massive wildfires. hundreds forced from their homes as two new fires spread in the suburbs of los angeles. and new this half hour, how america's airlines are keeping flush. >> and it's not higher ticket prices. see how airlines managed to squeeze nearly a billion extra dollars out of passengers in the first three months of this year alone. let's call it the culling of the herd on "the bachelorette." two rose ceremonies, six guys given the boot. who is left standing and what brought jojo to tears? our senior bachelorette analyst will have the complete details
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ahead in "the skinny." it is tuesday, june 21st. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> jojo in tears, huh? >> yeah. but apparently, because jojo was busy, we've retired the kiss count for the night. >> okay. looking forward to hear the recap from our bachelorette analyst. good morning. i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. we are going to get started with all the action that took place on capitol hill resounding. >> or lack thereof. >> resounding defeat for gun control in the wake of the orlando massacre. >> the senate rejected all four measures put up for vote. worst mass shooting in u.s. history was not enough for the democrats and republicans to find common ground on this. the outcome on background checks and barring gun sales to people on the terror watch list was expected but still sparking outrage. more from abc's ali rogan. >> reporter: vote after vote on
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the senate floor all rejected. >> the motion is not agreed to. >> the motion is not agreed to. >> the motion is not agreed to. >> the motion is not agreed to. >> reporter: four bills, all to address gun violence, none advancing. senators especially democrats were angry. >> so today, i am angry. i am frustrated. republicans are just about as phony as anyone could be. >> but no one on either side of the aisle seemed surprised. >> not surprised but disappointed. >> they were the same votes we had before and the same outcome. i wasn't necessarily surprised. >> i know it was no surprise these votes turned out the way they did. >> reporter: the reality was all the measures had been voted on before and all failed. back in 2013, there was a hope that a bipartisan bill could pass. so much so that vice president joe biden presided over the vote. but the bill, which would have forced background checks at gun shows and online failed. >> the amendment is not agreed to. >> reporter: prompting someone
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in the gallery to shout out -- >> shame on you. >> fast forward three years, that same proposal failing again. one senate democrat saying his colleagues deserved to be shouted at again. >> shame on you. that's what was shouted from the gallery that day. shame on you. that's what the american people are shouting at the senate of the united states today. >> reporter: so where does this fight go from here? a small group of senators is working on a bipartisan compromise. don't expect any big changes any time soon. diane, kendis. >> thanks to allie in washington. well, the street that was the scene of the horror in orlando has partially reopened. police tape and barriers removed along south orange avenue near the pulse nightclub. traffic began flowing monday. nearby businesses are expected to reopen, as well on tuesday. we're learning more how law enforcement handled the nightmare. the justice department releasing transcripts of the gunman's 911
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call. among the revelations, police stormed the club after the shooter threatened to strap explosive vests to some of the hostages. authorities emphasize there was no gunfire in the three hours that it took to take down that gunman. >> i think there is this misconception that we didn't do anything for three hours. i'm just trying to clarify that's absolutely not true. >> the justice department originally released an edited version of the transcript which removed references to isis. house speaker paul ryan was among many who slammed the move calling it preposterous, a full unedited transcript was released monday afternoon. >> now to politics. a potential tragedy averted on the campaign trail. a british nationalist charged with allegedly trying to carry out a plot to kill donald trump. the suspect was caught at a weekend campaign rally. abc's pierre thomas has the details. >> reporter: as the donald trump rally got under way this weekend at the treasure island hotel and
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casino, a young man approached a police officer stationed at the event and asked for an autograph. then, without warning, the man went for the officer's gun, trying to take it away, only to be quickly subdued. authorities now say that michael sandford, 19, allegedly told the secret service that this was an attempt to "kill trump." a complaint obtained by abc news claims sandford, who has a british driver's license, had been planning to assassinate trump for about a year. he allegedly told the secret service he had driven from california to las vegas on june 16th to kill trump after seeing news reports that the candidate would be there. a day later, he went to a vegas gun range to learn how to shoot. it's the latest security scare involving trump, who also had a man try to rush the stage of an ohio rally in march. no word on motive. but he allegedly told the secret service if he were on the street tomorrow, he would try this again. and he allegedly said if he didn't get a chance to attack in vegas, he had a backup plan to go to an upcoming trump rally in
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phoenix, arizona to try to kill him there. pierre thomas, abc news, washington. and donald trump is also coping with a dramatic shake-up firing his campaign manager corey lewandowski. trump described him as a good man but he said it was time for a different kind of campaign. now, there's word that trump's children wanted corey out amid sliding poll numbers. sources say lewandowski was dismissed largely because of the campaign's worsening relationship with the republican national committee and gop donors. and trump's facing an uphill battle when it comes to paying for his general election campaign. new financial reports show that the trump camp began june with $1.3 million in cash on hand, while hillary clinton's campaign started the month off with $42 million in the bank. after raising just over $3 million in may, trump loaned himself another $2.2 million. to the west coast now and two new large wildfires raging in southern california. only a canyon separates the fish
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and reservoir blazes which have destroyed a total of 3500 acres so far. hundreds of people ordered from their homes with voluntary evacuations for many others. the communities threatened are only about 20 miles northeast of downtown los angeles. the wildfires are being aided by the extreme heat in the southwest. records fell in many cities. at least five deaths also blamed on heat wave. officials advising limits on outdoor physical activity and on the use of electricity. but the worst may be over. the lawsuit accusing starbucks of shorting customers may proceed. the class action suit accuses the company of systematically serving lattes with 25% less coffee in them than promised. the federal judge did not rule on the case's merits and dismissed three of eight claims but said the basic premise is plausible. starbucks says the suit is without merit. u.s. airlines reported a first quarter profit of $3.1 billion about the same period as last year but the profits held their own thanks to baggage fees. nearly a billion dollars in the
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first quarter up $100 million. reservation changes or cancellation fees were another profit center, $745 million in the first quarter alone. >> that's a lot. we've got more numbers for you. so the announced attendance at yesterday's philadelphia phillies game was 22,118. three of those fans got a little bit more attention than the others. >> that's because there they are. decked out in their nun's habits and sunglasses. just enjoying a day at the ballpark. >> is that coors light? >> that is a cold miller lite my friend. >> it is. >> they also took some selfies. >> and then they got. >> jiggy with it. >> so things got really wild when the philly phanatic got them up on top of the dugout for dancing. truth be told, they're not nuns at all. they're part of a production of "sister act" running at a theater in philadelphia. >> i wanted to believe they were nuns. >> i was hoping they were nuns.
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>> taking a field trip from the convent. >> exactly. knock a few beers back. >> their divine intervention did not work, by the way. the phillies lost to the diamondbacks, 3-1. >> oh, sorry. >> sorry about that. >> at least philly fans didn't boo them. >> there's that. coming up the investigation into the death of rising star. take a closer look at his vehicle. anton yelchin's jeep grand cherokee rolled back fatally pinning him against his driveway gate. could this have been caused by a design flaw in the gear shift? >> and the drama last night on "the bachelorette." who got roses and who got the boot? the whole story ahead in "the skinny." first let's take a look-see at today's forecast. >> announcer: "world news now" weather, brought to you by american advisors group. american advisors group.
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that's what last nobviously. that's what last night's so-called strawberry moon looked like from the washington, d.c. area. it's called a strawberry moon because of its color, obviously. that comes as a result of atmospheric conditions while the moon is low in the sky. we also have time lapse video from las vegas showing the moon setting behind the mountains there at sunrise and clearly it makes for some great pictures when a full moon coincides with the summer solstice. >> it's been 67 years. amazing. the investigation into the tragic accident that killed star trek actor anton yelchin is now focusing on a possible design defect in his 2015/jeep grand cherokee. >> that's right. the actor was killed when his jeep crushed him into his driveway gate.
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it turns out that vehicle was one of hundreds of thousands included in a recall. here's abc's matt gutman. >> reporter: anton yelchin was a fast-rising hollywood star. magnetic as -- >> ensign chekov, pavel andreievich, sir. >> reporter: in the hugely successful "star trek" reboot. the 27-year-old cut down by that freak car accident outside his hollywood hills home early sunday morning. police tell abc news yelchin got out of his 2015 jeep grand cherokee while pulling out of his steep driveway. the vehicle apparently rolling back, fatally pinning him against this gate. the force of that 5,000-pound suv so powerful that it bent these bars. it's the same model jeep that was recalled over a confusing gear shift, allegedly causing a roll-away problem in over 800,000 jeeps and chryslers. right now, i'm in drive and i'm putting it into park. you can see, the gear shift toggles back to its original position. now, what's confusing is, if
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you're not looking, it's hard to tell what gear you're in. 212 crashes and 41 injuries have been blamed on this roll-away problem, and now possibly the death of a hollywood star. chrysler says the fix just became available at the end of last week for some of the vehicles. but it has yet to notify any of its customers. matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. when we come back, the major house cleaning that went down last night on "the bachelorette." >> and the place where everybody knows your name is now headed to the stage. "the skinny" is next. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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♪ skinny, so skinny it is "skinny" time. ♪ skinny, so skinny it is "skinny" time. we start with the return of abc's the bachelorette. why jojo and the guys took a week off because of the nba finals. >> yes, but last night they were back with a vengeance. that means our senior bachelorette analyst jack sheehan is also here to take on what happened last night. >> thank you for the slow clap. i appreciate that. >> you're welcome. >> you know, when we left this drama off, we were involved in it, there was a two-on-one date going on. it was -- it was ochocinco, bad chad. >> chad johnson. >> jojo and alex. two-on-one dates usually create these extreme pictures, remember
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cupcake on the cliffs of moor in ireland. we had olivia on the stormy beach. thankfully she was left behind there. >> that was a mess. >> then there was chad in the woods of pennsylvania. >> not happy. >> roll that beautiful bachelorette footage. >> it's over there. >> there it is. this was the date. this was jojo basically telling chad that he's got to go. so chad made his way back to the house. he wasn't going gentle into that good night as the saying goes. so anyway, one thing leads to another. one last confrontation with the boys. eventually, i would even gather to say thankfully, it's pretty much played out. jordan, they were shaking hands, whatever. no apologies. eventually, chad's like you know what? this is done. i'm out of here. two other guys also went out at the first rose ceremony. daniel and james f. off to uruguay. why not? >> because.
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>> first one-on-one date speaking of jordan. and jojo. they jump in. they go swimming with seals. this is all going very well. customary yacht trip. >> i want to go swimming with seals. >> well, uruguay is still there. >> i want to meet seal. >> righto. crazy. remember that one? they're having dinner. they're talking about jordan's past. he says you know what? i'm no cheater. and then he went really important. he says i'm going to quote, "i'm falling in love with you." >> oh, baby aaron? >> yeah, yeah. >> because there were rumors he had a girlfriend, right. >> and the ex posted all this bad stuff about him. >> baby brother. >> he went there. we got to move. then there was this magazine thing. it was an article quoting jojo's ex before ben. this guy claims whose name was also chad. he's claiming she was doing shows just for the publicity. jojo's all fired up. she thinks you know what, we got to nip this thing right in the bud.
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she goes -- after crying, she goes over to the guys' suite. she explains the whole thing. they're like whatever. we're moving on. all right. all's well. the second one-on-one date of the show with our boy robby, he's the analyst picked to go the whole nine yards. it went really, really well especially when you're stripping off on the rocks. >> that will help. >> they're jumping in. uh-huh. >> taking a plunge. robby, oh, by the way, he went there the whole nine. he goes, "i'm falling in love with you, jojo." >> wow. >> starting to fall in love with you. >> no, he is all in. >> what was her reaction? >> i think she said thank you or something. whatever. it doesn't matter. there was a rose ceremony. there's eight guys left. three of them that got ousted grant, vinny and evan, forget about them. they're gone. >> see ya. >> you so is the analyst. out. >> but we just got.
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>> oh. bye, jack. >> your chair is still there. all right. let's move on next to the place where everybody knows your name. >> and they're always glad you came. >> ranked as one of the greatest television shows of all time, "cheers" is set to make its debut live on stage. it will be a comedy based on some of the most memorable moments from the show's first season like this one. >> norman, doesn't your wife ever complain that you never spend any time with her? >> would you? >> well -- >> erik forrest jackson, the writer who adapted the show for the stage, binge watched to create his final script. >> it debuts in boston and embarks on a national stage. another '80s sit-com revival news, a culinary tribute to the "golden girls." >> their themed restaurant set to open in up town manhattan. michael larue plans to open rue la rue cafe to honor rue mclanahan who played blanche
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a little touch is all it takes. k-y touch. ♪ dance, dance, dance, ain't nobody keep dancing ♪ ♪ can't stop the feeling ♪ so just dance, dance, dance >> i'm like in full on hand movement mode. >> when kendis really likes a song. >> and the bigger the beat, it's like my skrillex mode. the celebrations already in full swing in cleveland. still one day away from the cavaliers victory parade through the city's downtown. >> the celebrations are expected to impact a lot of northeast ohio. here's abc's alex perez. >> reporter: king james back on his home court. >> cleveland!
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>> reporter: some of these people have been lining up for hours just to get a glimpse of king james, but it wasn't that long ago when they were lining up to see him out. feeling abandoned, fans turned on james when he left to play for miami in 2010. delivering the greatest comeback in nba history, sealing it with this unbelievable block. >> oh, blocked by james! >> reporter: james collapsing in tears under the weight of a 52-year championship drought now lifted. >> mvp! mvp! >> i can say i sit at some place that no one has ever been. and my teammates, as well. this is truly amazing. >> reporter: how tired are you, brother? you look like you're about to break down. >> i'm exhausted. i'm exhausted. but i -- i tell you one thing, once i get back to cleveland, they going to give me a lot of energy. i can give it all back to them. >> reporter: after defying the odds, the team detoured to vegas for an all-night celebration before their triumphant return home. >> woo! >> reporter: alex perez, abc news, cleveland. >> it's going to be such a party
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tomorrow. >> i hope no one is trying to get anywhere in that general area. >> by the way, at the indians game last night, you know how they have the kiss cam and they have images of different people kissing? this one wasn't that awkward. take a look at the kiss cam last night. it's lebron and the trophy there. >> is he traveling everywhere with the trophy now. >> he's pretty much sleeping with it right at this moment. >> how long does that last. >> really quickly, who is your new messenger on twitter. >> rick astley and i are best friends. >> gloria estefan is following her. rick astley. do you know who is not following her? taye diggs. >> he's following me now. >> is he? >> maybe it's because he heard rick astley is my new best friend. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades.
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making news in america this morning, gun bills blocked. the senate voting down new measures in the wake of the orlando nightclub shooting. the bills even getting the backing from the nra. overnight the lawmakers who voted against the bills explaining why they did it. and fighting fires is becoming hard with record-setting heat fueling them right now. there are more evacuations ordered in california with the flames just 20 miles from l.a. and sending smoke over the skyline. campaign shake-up. donald trump firing his manager as surprising new details emerge overnight about his campaign finances. plus, the teenager who admits going to a rally to shoot the republican nominee, presumptive nominee. and the runner mauled by a bear during a marathon. the attack happened just minutes

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